Noteworthy Artists Not Regularly Available To Our Gallery
Down To Earth Art Gallery has or have had original paintings by a truly impressive list of artists. This list is outside of the artists that we exhibited regularly or periodically over our 22 years. Sometimes it has only been one painting by a particular artist, other times we have been fortunate enough to have multiple pieces by the same artist. All are very collectible, most come to us from people downsizing their lives, or clients simply changing up their private collections. We always require good provenance with any artwork so our customers can be confident with their purchases. The list is always changing on our Noteworthy section of our website, so check it out often. If you are looking for a particular artist’s work, let us know, we’ll keep an eye out there for you. The paintings don’t always make it to our website, sometimes they are spoken for as soon as we get them.
To see some of the artists from this list, click here.
Kate Georgallas has been an active artist since returning to Nova Scotia in 1986. Her work has been shown in galleries across Nova Scotia (both as Kate Brown and Kate Brown Georgallas).
For more information on Kate Brown Georgallas, click here.
Some names of Noteworthy Artists not regularly available to our gallery that we have or have had.
- Norval Morrisseau (Creator of the Woodland style of art)
- Franz Johnston (original member of the Group of Seven)
- W. Beatty ( Significant figure in Canadian art history, taught A.Y. Jackson)
- Maud Lewis (Folk Artist)
- Everett Lewis (Maud’s husband)
- Joe Norris (Folk Artist)
- Charlie Norris (Brother to Joe)
- William Winter
- Joseph Purcell
- Tom Forrestall
- William DeGarthe
- Anthony Law
- John Cook
- Trudy Doyle
- Charles Beauregarde
- Charles Hannaford
- Al Chaddock
- Steven Rhude
- Fred Trask
- Duke Redbird
- Heather Lawson (Stonemason)
- Peter Rankin
- Leon Dolice